Current and Past Charities

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Current Charity

ArtistsForCharity is currently donating to:

:bulletwhite: The Autistic Self Advocacy Network
    "Through our advocacy arm, we’ve made one of our top priorities supporting greater opportunities for autistic adults to live in the community. Our activists contributed to the development of the nation’s first Medicaid Waiver for autistic adults in Pennsylvania, providing funding for community living supports for up to two hundred adults on the autism spectrum. Furthermore, ASAN representatives serve on the New Jersey Olmstead Implementation and Planning Advisory Council, providing advice and oversight to New Jersey’s efforts to move adults with developmental disabilities of all kinds out of institutions and into the community. Through efforts such as these and others, we hope to promote a state of affairs where everyone will have the opportunity to live in the community and we can relegate the forced institutionalization of our people to the dustbin of history."
- Extract from a letter sent to us by Ari Ne'eman (ASAN Founding President)

Past Charities

:bulletwhite: 2005 - 2006 UNICEF
    "UNICEF is the leading advocate for children’s rights, active in 190 countries through country programmes and National Committees."

:bulletwhite: 2006 - 2008 Habitat For Humanity.
    "Habitat for Humanity (HFH) is a non-denominational Christian charity dedicated to eliminating poverty housing worldwide. Since the founding in 1976, Habitat for Humanity has become a global leader in addressing substandard housing by helping more than 1,000 000 people of all races, faiths and backgrounds to have a simple, decent place to live.HFH has built or renovated more than 200,000 homes throughout the world."

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Angelique-Redden's avatar
Please consider a charity that is accomplishing amazing things that we only wish we could do ourselves! They are 'Compassion And Mercy Associates'. Look them up and see for yourselves!